You can easily found aloe vera in Wallis Island. Wallisien people explained me how to use aloe vera on the hair. It’s easy !
You have to peel the aloe vera, then to mix it, and finally put it directly on the hair like a mask.
I have to recognize that the result was there. My hair was softer and more beautiful than usual. Nothing beats (wallisien) natural products.
I had the pleasure to answer to an interview for BlogExpat.com about life as an expat in wallis.
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We live in a heavenly place, isn’t it?
Last week we drunk a tea in a well-known place in Wallis : l’Alizée Bar.
It is with great pleasure that we ate our first fish 4 months after our arrival.
It seems very surprising knowing that we are on an island surrounded by fish of all kinds. But it’s true : when you’re a stranger, it takes time to find fish.
This fish was delicious ! It was a parrot fish as you can see below.
The hard part remains to be done: preparing the fish. I never did that by the past. After an hour of ‘struggle’, the fish was finally ready for cooking 🙂
Every 3 or 4 weeks, the cargo arrives at the wharf to deliver the long-awaited containers. It’s an important event for the whole island because we receive products for stores, and food for our 2 supermarkets.
This extraordinary bird lives in the Pacific and also in Wallis Island for our great pleasure.
Its official name is Gallirallus philippensis, but we prefer call it Veka. This species has points in common with the famous KIWI in New Zealand.
The advantage of the Veka is that we can see it everywhere on Wallis Island. He doesn’t hide like the kiwi 😉
I think it is important to participate in the events that mark the world and french history.
For reminder, it is the end of the war. We celebrate the defeat of Nazi Germany and the end of Adolf Hitler’s Reich.
During this day in Wallis, I really appreciated the sober commemoration and the children’s choir.